Arsenal flops who have been a success AFTER quitting the Emirates like Szczesny, Gnabry and Malen – The Sun

IT used to be that when you left Arsenal, your career would suffer a terrible downward spiral. But now it seems the opposite with Serge Gnabry one of the most sought-after stars in world football after some outrageous displays for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and Champions League. All in all though, this lot flopped in the red half of […]

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Mikel Arteta must ditch flops and blood youth if Arsenal are to avoid shock relegation.. just like Bertie Mee in 1974-75

ARSENAL have now lost FOUR home Premier League games in a row – it's time Mikel Arteta trusted his talented youngsters outside of the Europa League. The youth stars are playing with imagination and fluency in Europe, albeit against weaker opposition. But in the league, the experienced so-called 'stars' are stuttering from bad to worse – and Sunday's hideous home defeat […]

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Chelsea flops downed tools more than any other team as they ran 2.2miles less vs Southampton than against Tottenham – The Sun

CHELSEA followed up their mighty win at Tottenham with a terrible loss on Boxing Day that saw them run a whopping 2.2 miles less. Southampton came away from Stamford Bridge with all three points having outran their opponents considerably. In the 2-0 win at Spurs four days earlier, Frank Lampard's troops clocked 69.2 miles throughout the 90 minutes but that […]

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Pennant accuses Arsenal flops of trying to get Emery sacked with half-hearted performances and wants Pochettino in – The Sun

JERMAINE PENNANT has accused Arsenal's flop stars of deliberately trying to get Unai Emery sacked. Emery's future is on the line after a dismal run which has seen the Gunners fail to win a Premier League match since the start of October. And ex-Arsenal winger Pennant claims the players are not trying hard enough for their manager, and is convinced […]

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Harry Kane slams Spurs flops – warning ‘we have no excuses’ for dreadful start – The Sun

HARRY KANE slammed Spurs’ woeful start to the season and admitted: We’ve no excuses left. Tottenham were humiliated by League Two minnows Colchester in Tuesday’s Carabao Cup shootout exit. Mauricio Pochettino’s men have won just two games this season and Kane confessed: “It’s been disappointing. I don’t think there’s any hiding behind that. “To only win two games out of […]

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